Adding Mirrors With Feng Shui
Mirrors are generally used as a reflection. People use them to look themselves. With Feng Shui, they help to bring in water. They are also used to pull in the Chi method in addition to widening space. Mirrors can change the way energy flows in a certain area, particularly when placed near the entrance of your home. They are good for bringing peace and a fresh new outlook on life. With Feng Shui, three types of mirrors are generally used. Here’s a brief synopsis of the properties of each type.
These mirrors are considered to represent protection. They are the eyes and ears, but to be used in a Feng Shui concept, they have to be framed a certain way. By contrast, concave mirrors with upside-down reflections are not generally used inside Feng Shui.
Depending on the shape and the frame, it represents a certain Feng Shui cure. The best placement for typical mirrors is the southwest portion of the home.
Ba-Gua is very powerful, and for the most part, people don’t use it correctly. It is only made for outdoors, not indoors. If you’re not feeling the right kind of energy in your home or business, then this type of mirror will come in handy for you. This mirror is not to be used for decoration.
The Ba-Gua mirror is found in concave and convex formats. The Ba-Gua itself is made from wood. It is found in concave or convex forms and preferred colors are green, red, or gold. The Ba-Gua mirror is good to use if you need to protect yourself from harm or danger, such as attacks against you or if there are people out to harm you.